Tissue Culture Teak Plant


April 18, 2017 at 10:42 am | Forestry Plant | No comment

Teak wood known as king of timber belongs to the family Verbenaceae. It’s scientific name is Tectonagrandis. It grows as a huge tree and yields excellent quality wood. Therefore teak wood has higher demand in national as well as International markets. Articles made of teak wood have high durability/quality and hence with the increased consumption of teak in household and office interiors, teak has become an indispensable part of people’s lives all over the world. Normally superior teak plants are grown on commercial scale, it is possible to earn good profit with low risk. When grown on fertile soils with irrigation and scientific management, each tree yields 10 to15 Cu. ft wood in about 14 years. The main stem grows to a height of 25-30 ft. and attains a girth of 35-45 inches.

Specifications


Soil

Teak grows best on deep, well-drained alluvial soils.

Season of planting

Can be plant in any season

Scientific Name

Tectonagrandis

Height

60 to 70 feet

Harvesting

Ready to harvest after 14th year.

Plant age

50 to 60 YEARS.

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